Family Decision Making
This project is a longitudinal study of the fears, hopes and plans of families in the process of decision making in Kabul. The project is a collaboration between City, University of London and the Afghanistan Centre at Kabul University.
The project began 1 November 2016 and will finish in April 2018. Papers from the project will be published in Dari and Pashto as part of ACKU’s Research Paper series and presented in the ACKU Research Seminar series. Articles in English will be submitted to international peer reviewed journals.
The research team, Mona Hossaini and Razia Rezaie, under the supervision of Dr Schuster are repeat interviewing families in order to understand the complex process of making decisions about the future of families and their members.
This project is funded by the following British donors: Global Challenges Research Fund, the Economic and Social Research Council and the Arts and Humanities Research Council.
Challenges of doing ethnographic research, 26 April, 2017
Literature review, Family decision making, 12 July, 2017
Facing the future, Family decision making in Afghanistan, 1 November 2017
Migration conference, 14 March 2018
Sunday 15 April 2018
Afghanistan Centre at Kabul University in cooperation with City, University of London on 10 April hosted a one day research
Sunday 11 March 2018
Creating a platform for high quality Arts, Humanities and Social Science Research Papers
Monday 25 December 2017
Afghanistan Centre at Kabul University hosted a joint film screening "Afsana-e- Sarmangasak" with Armanshahr Foundation